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1964 



1965 



And so they have come to this place 




Academics 



Florida Presbyterian College 




St. Petersburg, Florida 




Vol. II 




They watch and wonder 

now and then 

at change 
and sometimes think of 

when 

the place was 

barren; 




then, 

before the structured, glistening homes of 

books and thoughts, 
grew up to meet the 

welcome tread and pulse of 

those who 

wander. 



They find themselves 

in the 

activities 

surrounding them: 




there are times of 
fun and of 
joy 
mixed with the necessary times when 
hello's must be said and 
smiles given 
often too often 

Shadows of people doing, 
and some of those shadows having 
faces. 





John C. Howorlh, Dean of Mi 






They know that somewhere 
lost 

behind the 
doors 

which have important 
names 

are those who care 

in their own way- 
unseen, sometimes 
unknown. 




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Richord McFodycn, The Tr/rfw 




There are others 

at this 

place, 

perhaps unseen, 

important to the 

pruning 

and the 

growth, 

who fill a need that only 

people 

can: 




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they work and 
some 

become our 
friends. 




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All the faces sharing the 
task of the work of the 

books 
and those times of 

no books, 
when being 

alone 
is enough and 

thoughts 
are more close than the 

skin 

upon their 

bodies. 





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They work 

and then 
the moments of 

relief, 
nstants shared with 

someone else, 

a friend 

perhaps. 



A smile, 

a laugh, 

a look of surprise 
enjoyment 

expressed on a 

face: 
reflections of 

people 
being 

themselves. 




At times they need to be 

alone, 

to know the sounds of words 

unspoken, 




to feel the thoughts of tinne 

too close 

to reach expression 

the symbols of 

silence 

together. 





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This place is not only a 
place 

where there are 
books, and 
papers, and 
men 

who stand in front of rooms 
and talk; 

it is a place of 

meeting, of 
confrontation, of 
community, and of 
loneliness. 

It is a place where they come and 
begin 

to learn and 
to have things happen 
that will be 
remembered. 



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John H Jacobson, Phihiophy 



Keith W. Irwin, Religion and Pbiloiophy 



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John Sollcrdclrf, Mci 



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Jomes R. Carlson, Drc 




berl O Hodgell, Afl 



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Kenneth E. Ke 




Pedro Trokos, Spanish 



Alfonso Bemos, Spon.ih 




O Wireman, fdu. 



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ChoHes D, Smilh, fcon, 



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SaniQ Hamady, Social Anthropology 



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Roberl C Meacham, Wolhemal, 



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The reality of the drama can 

sometimes 

give meaning 

to the dramatic reality we 

live in. 

Noah, Santa Claus, 

Antigone, Abrahann and Isaac 

brought this place 

insights and 

thoughts. 

The first year of full-time 

production activity 

stimulated, 

shocked, and 

impressed: 

many times there is more 

real to the 

unreal than to the 

real. 




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The clubs of this place brought moments 

away from activities of schedules. 

They laughed at professors mocking themselves 

and at imitations of other people 

from other places . . . 

Shadows still playing in lights of a 

Fiesta and AAardi Gras. 



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For some, sailing provides a 

form to shape the 

moments away from activities of schedules. 
Sometimes it takes the shape of competition; 
sometimes it is freedom from the 

containment of the place. 













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For many at this place, the 
spectators, 

basketball is a mixture of 
agony, a chance to 
shake fists and 
shout vindictives at 
opposing players and 
referees; 

and happiness: 

Bruce just made 
two more 
points. 




For a skillful, well-coached 

few, 
basketball means grueling 

practice sessions, a hard played 

game and, hopefully, a 

victory. 



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There are those possessing 

special skills in 

many sports 
who seek to make a test of their 

abilities. 
They demonstrate their skills on 

mats and 

hardwood floors, on 

orange clay infields and 

sand traps. 
They compete and 

sometimes 

win. 



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For some a 

serious undertaking, 
for others a 

comedy of errors; 
a conglomeration of 

glittering victories and 

ignominious defeats 
mixed with 

skill and 

humor. 



They develop new 

skills, 
exercise favorite 

abilities, 
or just have 

fun. 
For many men the 

exertion of 

intramurals is 
the best 

relaxation. 



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For these, too, 

intramurals are a 
chance to test their 
athletic ability. 
They try the 

unfamiliar- 
dribble, punt, and pass; 
scream and yell, and try to 
win, but 
not really like boys. 




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They govern themselves, 

to an extent, 
under the 

Student Government Association. 
Here faces meet and 

talk. 
They seek to make the 

structure of government 
significant to the 

other faces and 

shadows. 
They conflict and talk 

more; 
they elect new 

faces 
and give money for the 

others to have their 

functions. 
But still they are 

blowers of smoke and 

pullers of hair. 



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So many shadows doing 

so many things. 

Those moments present themselves, 

the times of release and 

spontaneity, 

and hold minds and eyes. 

This place can be a 

happy place. 




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Knsline Blumberg 
Diore Bordner 



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Arnold 
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Dennii 

Bode 

Joylynn 



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Angela Bowdei 








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Ronold Byrd 





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Nick Dole 
Kris Done 
Connie Dovis 
Sieve Dovis 
Ronold Delyser 
Cynthio Denbo 



Chris Dietrich 
Glenn Dobbs 
Pom Dolliver 
Jim Donnelly 
Borbaro Dolson 



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Lydia Lourel 
Jarek Loy 




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Jomes Madison 
Earnest Mahaffey 
Gale Manning 
Belly Mansfield 




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Connie Huffmo 
Jonice Hunter 
Debbie Hutch 



Robert Johnsc 
Jo-La Johnsto 
Carolyn Jone: 
Cliff Jones 
Doniel Korr 
Judy KeelBf 









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Robert MacKichan 
Dovid MacMillon 
Charles MacNelll 
Dennis Moder 



John Warden 
Nels Marshall 
Larry Martin 
Eleanor Mason 




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Meachom Merrick 

Olo Jane Tink 

Miller Miller 



Chris 

McCarter 
Barbaro 

McKinley 
John 

Middletor 
Richard 
Mills 



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M.khell 


Moore 


Moore 


Moore 




Poulette 


Roy 


Sharon 


Robert 




Morley 


Morris 


Motes 


Myers 




Tim 


William 


Becky 


Maureen 




Myers 


Neol 


Newell 


O'Con 


ell 


Ava 


Jane 


Patricia 


Sue 




" Ormon 


Owens 


Papps 


Payne 




Dovid 


Michelle 


Jay 


Barbara 




Philhour 


Pierce 


Pitlner 


Roister 






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Not Pictured. Debbie Aull, Russell Davts, Dofryll Kinne, Richard Leps, Gail Mastoti, Nan 
Moyes, Diana Mignety, Man 



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Jack Senleffill 










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Gordon Slock 
Frank Smolheii 



Sherman Smilh 



Chorles Str.pling 
Shoron Suarez 
David Totelmon 



Solly Von Kaenel 
Dick Waghorne 
Downs Walkin! 







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Mike Pele Paul Eve 

Walson Wall', Welch West 

Rod Donald Leah Morgan 

Westoll Whilcomb While Whit. 

Joe Charles Fred Mike 

Williomson Wilson Wilson Wiisc 

Meg David Edith Nancy 

Wlnkley Withers Wright Vount 



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Beverly Fonr, Secrelary; Iim LighHield, Presidenl- 
Bill Hoy. Vice Presidenl; Peggy Barry, Treasurer 



Class of 1967 




Joan 
Allison 


Patricia 
Altenber 


nd 


Dana 
Andrei\ 


George 
Atkinson 


Jacqueli 
Ballou 


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Susan 
Banks 


Clifford 
Barber 


Joanna 
Barnette 




Peggy 
Barry 


Andy 
Beckenbacin 


Phyllis 
Berllny 




Bonnie 
Bewick 



Charlotte Fisher 
Janice Forrester 
Lloyd Fleck 



Joanne George 
Mike Godley 
Liia Golden 



Suzanne Harding 
George Haseman 
Robbie Hattaway 



Leila Blair 
Mike Bradley 



Sarah Cooper 
Sharon Crame 



Nancy Dawson 
Charles Dechant 



Wendy Eidson 
Sally Epperson 





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John Heinburg 
David Hemstreet 
William Herbert 
John Hindman 
Penny Hodge 



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Hughes 


Hull 


Jame 


Nickie 


Mike 


Virgi 


Kauder 


Kaufold 


Keele 


Peter 


Anne 


JoAn 


Kehde 


Kimball 


King 



Tim Lightfield 
Ormond Loomi: 



ignecker 



Margaret Lor 
Sharon Lott 
Judy Lucado 
Kris Ludwigse 
Kathy Markey 
Maurice McDo 



Jack McGuiri 
Dauid McKei 
Pam McOwe 
Lois McMilla 
Carol Mason 
Ryan Maxwt 



Michele Meares 
Beth Messer 
Carol Moore 
Mark Moulthrop 
Valerie Murdock 
Steve Myers 




Robert Nay 
Darryl Neil! 
Alice Nelson 
David Nichols 
Ellen Noffsinger 
Jim Oliver 



Bill Ray 



Remington 



sha Robert 
old Robinso, 



Rick Shiva 
Tom Steml 



Phil Taylo 




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Not Pictured: David Boynton, Barbara Curk, Bruce Emery, Julius Greshman, 
John Hatcher, l?ichard Hogue, Monika Koch, Pat Lloyd, laura Price, Claude 
Moore, Vicki Millard, David Roberts, Roger Sanders, Margaret Shuler, Robert 
Stocking, Diana Tite, Gary Werner, Julia Whitman. 



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Sharon Pennock 
Laney Polk 
John Porter 



Charlotte Rule 
Rufus Sessions 



Sarah Thomson 
Cliff Threlkeld 
Barbara Vanderhoek 




Peter 


Sandy 


Geoffrey 


Vasile 
Jim 


Vogel 
Frances 


Voght 
James 


Walker 


Wallace 


Watters 


Virginia 


Dale 


Ear! 


Welky 


Wernicke 


Whitlock 


Joyce 


William 


Kirby 


White 


White 


Williams 


Greer 


Rice 


William 


Woodward 


Worthington 


Wrubel 



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Class of 1966 



Sfu Adcock 
Sandra Ahlgren 



Muriel Barnard 
Marylee Baskin 




Robert Breslin 
Judy Brisbin 
Stephen Bronsteir 
Geoffrey Browne 
Avis Carter 



Patty Clements 
Margaret Clough 
Joel Cole 
Jay Robert Cook 
Patti Cottrell 



Felipe R. J, Eche 
Jane Ferguson 
Diane Fortson 
Thomas Gachet 
Betsy Gessler 




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James Anderson 
Steffany Appleton 
Thomas Bacon 
Aimee Bagur 
Anne Baldwin 



Barry Beal 
Jane Beasley 
Linda Jo Berry 
Maggie Blackwood 
Richard Brandt 




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Susan Hamilton Margaret Heath Ellen Kay Hedrick 

Lynn Hestir Demaris Higginbotham Sharon Hoekstra 

John Hollembeak Andrea Hood David Hood 



Richard Gildri 
Dick Hall 



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Nancy Sanders 
Nikki Schaub 
Anthony Sherr 
John Sims 
Jari Slywka 



David Snipes 
Meredith Sparks 
John Spragens 

Greg Thomson 



Bruce Matten 
Donald McNeill 



Jonathan Novak 
Nina Novak 



Joanne Hood 


Mary Hunzeker 


Dee Dee Jacobs 




Mason Killebrew 


Karen Lange 


Allen Lippert 


James Rileigh 


Richard Lopez 


William Lyons 


Marietta Marra 


Barbara Rogers 




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Jonathan Smith 
Shelley Smith 



Terry Thrasher 
Judy Timms 



Not Pictured: Hunlon Allen, Chris Baden, John Bell, Fred Bichley, 
Norman Blake, Chuck Boss, Mrs. Pat Bradley, Jeannine Caparoso, 
William Coleman, Don Cunningham, Paul Dee, Virginia Dew, James 
Dillon, Herbert Dorr, Lee Hersey, Fred Holler, Gregory Lane, Fred 
MacFawn, Lyman Penland, Paul Philhour, Mary Ellen Reiser, John 
Rich, Al Robbert, Barbara Russ, Jon Runge, Bruce Sraurt, Kathy Wil- 
liams, James Wood. 







Karen Tomkins 


Alice Tratebas 


Ephy Tussing 


Karl Veit 


Martha Wade 


Nancy Wanamake 


James Weetman 


Diane Welch 


Donald Westcotf 


Ann Whalin 


Alan Witten 


Jack Wright 




Lynda Ann Beavers 
B.S., Math 



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Ramon Berries 
B.A., Spanish 
David John Blum 
B.A., Sociology 
Elton Carrington Boggan 
B.A., Philosophy 
Nancy Louise Bolton 
B.A., Sociology 



' Kay Esther Boylen 
B.A., Sociology 
Joan Carter 
B.A., Religion 
Maribeth Chiles Chadwe 
B.A., French 
Judylee Childers 
B.A., French 



Dorothy Dabbs 
B.A., Sociology 
Darlyn Donna Davison 
B.A., Spanish 
Eleanor Sue Dietrich 
B.A., Psychology 



Jane Dishong 

B.A. 

Susan Beryl Dunn 

B.A., Spanish 

Mary Elizabeth Ellison 

B.A., Sociology 

Mary Ellen Emerson 

B.A., Sociology 

Elise Caroline Fitzgerald 

B.A., Psychology 



John Drewry Foy, III 
B.S., Mathematics 
Ronald Henry Francis 
B.A., Sociology 
Claire Stevi/arf Franklin 
B.A., Sociology 
Jeannie Gilliam 
B.A., French 
Mary Elizabeth Hanson 
B.A., Sociology 




Colleen Shannon 

Huss 
B.A., Sociology 
Linda Jones 



James Albert 

Hinson, III 
B.S., Biology 
Janet Gail Hunter 
B.A., Literature 
Evelyn Monegain 

Jackson 
B.A., Literature 
Diane Mayer Keister 
B.A., Spanish 



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James Richard AAaar 

B.S., Math 

Karen Lee Marion 

B.A., Psychology 

Beth Richardson Marshall 

B.A., Religion 

Bruce S. Meade 

B.A., Sociology 



Beverly Jean Moore 
B.A., Religion 
Sheila Marie Most 
B.A., German 
David Steiner Nichols 
B.A., German 
Sara Eleanor Oberst 
B.A., French 




Albert William 


James Shaw Leps 




Keyser 
B.A., Philosophy 
Natalie Ruth Kriner 
B.A., Sociology 
Sarah Laessle 
Joan Louise 


B.A., Literature 
Richard Edward 

McFadyen 
B.A., Literature 


Dodie Rossell 
B.A., Sociology 
Russell Keith Schroeder 
B.A., Literature 


MacKenzie 






B.A., Psychology 







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Nancy Eilen Page 

B.A., Classics 

Lynn Park 

B.A., Humanities 

Hubert Albert Paralta, Jr 

B.A., Humanities 



John Bridges Phelps, III 
B.A., Psychology 
Harry Thomas Price, II 
B.A., German 








Susan Kae Solfau Mary Ann Veasey 

B.S., Biology B.A., Sociology 

Rogette Wernicl<e Marian Pond 

B.A., Spanish Whitlow 

B.A., Literature 

Not Pictured: James Steven Bodkin, B.A., Psychology; William Leslie Cobb, 
B.A., Psychology; John Craig Hayes, B.A., Psychology; Beverly McCain Jones, 
B.A., Literature; Mark Stiles Kingsly, Jr., B.A., Sociology; Patricia Counley 
Leupold, B.A., Art; Mary Charlotte Love, B.A., German; Linda Jeanne Mc- 
Donnell, B.A., Literature; Suzanne Williams McMillan, B.A., Art; James Marion 
Mitchell, B.A., Psychology; Norma Barnes Morris, B.A., History; Vivian Ivette 
Posada, B.A., Spanish; William Rhodes Ripberger, B.A., Economics; Cary 
Bond Thomas, B.A., Literature; James Gilbert Sweeny, B.S., Chemistry; John 
Andrews Sweeny, B.S-, Physics; Frank Lawrence Winn, B.A., Literature. 



David Moore Rankin 
B.A., Economics 
Arthur Jones Ranson, III 
B.A., Political Science 
Noralee Jean Reicherts 
B.A., Spanish 






Barbara Anne Shuman 
B.A., Philosophy 
Patricia Simmons 
Charles John Smith, Jr. 
B.A., Economics 



Judith Ann Watson 
B A , French 
Julia Lynn Whitman 
Nancy Earlyne Wiseman 
B.A., Political Science 
Elizabeth Cook 

Woodward 
B.A,, German 



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hundreds of hours,- hundreds of feet of film . . . 
seizing snatches of the year to stir memory in the 
years to come . . . logos . . . their word; your word. 




John Spragens, Jr. 



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